Dyed for Me is a colorful tale of little Ruthie’s adventures on the farm. Ruthie wasn’t sure who she should be or look like. Every new friend she met was different. No matter what she tried, she couldn’t be like any of them and couldn’t cover up who she was, a spotted little egg. Ruthie learned that God made each of us unique and loves us all. Ruthie didn’t need to dye herself to look like her friends. And she didn’t need to cover up her spots on the outside. It’s the sinful spots on the inside that need to be covered.
In today’s society the need to be wanted and accepted is apparent by the vast social media networks available. J. Smith Prisk makes it crystal clear that all people are accepted and wanted by the Heavenly Father. This book is a must read for people in all walks of life.
–E. C. Chatham, DD, ThD
We go along in life searching for who we want to be, our own identity. God wants His word to light the way to show us what He needs us to be. In Acts 9:6 God gave Paul direction for his life. In this story, Mama Chicken is a vessel used to show Ruthie her way.
–James Smith, Cedar Springs Assembly of God
All proceeds from the sale of this book will benefit Southwest Christian Care ministries in honor of Mrs. Prisk’s mother, who was a hospice patient there. To learn about helping their hospice, children’s respite, and senior care ministries, visit www.swchristiancare.org.